All of Us is a mental health campaign founded by UCLA undergraduate students to rethink the way mental health is viewed and treated on the UCLA campus and within the surrounding community through awareness, education, and advocacy.
We don’t all deal with a mental illness, but we all have mental health.
Mental health is a problem in our community. According to the American College Health Association, half of all college students in the United States experience overwhelming stress that makes daily life difficult. By opening a dialogue we hope to break the stigma surrounding mental health. Through educational programs, workshops, and events we hope to educate our community about the importance of seeking help before a mental health concern turns into a mental health crisis. All of Us advocates for the expansion and diversification of mental health resources, and works toward enacting legislative change that provides greater support for individuals dealing with mental health issues.